(c) the cartilaginous capsules of the three pairs of sense organs.
So far as is known there are no sense organs by which these sensations are aroused.
On the sensory side, nature provides the use of the sense organs and the sensations immediately resulting from their stimulation.
The thorn arouses some of the sense organs in the sole of the foot.
When I am at work my own thought is more real than any impression received through the sense organs.
We have no sense organs with which it is possible to register such vibrations.
We hold all our muscles in tension in order to receive the fullest possible impression with our sense organs.
We may well conceive that there is a limit to the development of the sense organs.
The sense organs are the hairs and bristles and in some species eyes.
The sense organs of the shell-valves have already been described.
sense organ n.
A specialized organ or structure, such as the eye, ear, tongue, nose, or skin, where sensory neurons are concentrated and which functions as a receptor. Also called sensor.